Trading plan for 06/11/2018
Changes in the currency market are small with a slight advantage of risky currencies over USD and JPY. EUR / USD is a little over 1.14, and GBP / USD managed to get over 1.3050. USD / JPY set 4-week high at 113.42.
Moods in the Asian stock market are mixed, as China’s slumps obscure gains in other regions, benefiting from a positive shutdown on Wall Street on Monday. Chinese Shanghai Composite loses 0.3%, but the Japanese Nikkei225 grows by 1.1%.
Crude oil WTI extinguished Monday’s increases and WTI returned under 63 USD / b. Bret is 0.5 percent lower. at 72.8 USD / b.
On Tuesday, the 6th of November, the event calendar is light in important data releases, but the global investors should keep an eye on the bunch of PMI Services and PMI Composite data releases from across the EU. During the night, New Zealand will post Unemployment Rate and Employment Change data, together with Participation Rate and Price Wages.
Nat Gas analysis for 06/11/2018:
The commodity that attracts the most attention of investors at the beginning of the week is natural gas. The quotes due to the lowest inventories of raw material and forecasts assuming the extreme wave of cold in the United States have gone up by more than 6 percent. The rate violated the $ 3.50 barrier at night and stays close to the ceiling.
Let’s now take a look at the Natural Gas technical picture at the H4 time frame. The next target for bulls is the swing high from 29/01/2018 at the level of $3.659. If the price will hit this level, the Nat Gas will be the most expensive since January this year. The nearest technical support is seen at the level of $3.364. Positive and strong momentum supports the bullish outlook.